Supermoon tonight!

The November “supermoon” is extra close to Earth today  (Nov. 14), providing an extraordinary sight for skywatchers — but exactly what makes this month’s full moon so special? November’s supermoon —a term used to describe a full moon is at its perigee, or closest point to Earth during the lunar orbit — will be the biggest and

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The Biggest Aguachile

A Guinness record has been set in Culiacan for the world’s biggest Aguachile weighing more than 1,800 kilos. Thousands of eager onlookers tasted the finished product at the Paseo del Angel in downtown Culiacan. More than 100 of Sinaloa’s gastronomy students began working on it managed by Chef Taniyama. Starting at 6:00am the students began peeling thousands

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Shark Tank is almost ready…

This time it looks like it’s going to happen. After 8 years of construction and structural failures, the opening of the shark tank at the Aquarium is scheduled for December 20. The total cost of the shark tank was 78 million pesos. Mayor Carlos Felton and the Aquarium Board and Director, supervised the final stage of the project.

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Sinaloa Botanical Gardens

At the end of the 19th Century, U.S. entrepreneur Benjamin F. Johnston arrived in Sinaloa and established a Sugar Mill. Mr Johnston also built “Casa Grande” a luxury residence in front of his company that today is known as “Sinaloa Park” in Los Mochis. As a nature lover he brought a large variety of plants and trees and hired Florence Yoch

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Marching Bands gather in Mazatlan.

If you see many groups of youth on Mazatlan’s streets than the usual its because the 3rd gathering of Marching bands was held in Mazatlan this weekend. Hundreds of young students participated from at least 29 technology schools of the Northern states. The participants are everywhere, and here is a video of them on the beach off the

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Sinaloa’s Luxury Cemetery

The Humaya Gardens cemetery in Culiacan is famous for the  extravagance of its tombs and mausoleums that resemble miniature cathedrals. Construction of the tombs  cost between $400,000 and $8 million pesos. Some even have two or three floors , a balcony, solar panels, air conditioning, satellite TV and even a kitchenette. Marble floors, gold plating and

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Mazatlan 2016 video

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Deborah Rodriguez: ‘Kabul Beauty School’ author turns to Mazatlan

Deborah Rodriguez spent five years living in Afghanistan helping to run the Kabul Beauty School, empowering local women and equipping them with skills in hair and makeup.

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Mexicans Celebrate Diá de la Candelaria

Throughout México on February 2nd people dress up figures of baby Jesus and take it to the church to be blessed.

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Pipe-smoking rebel who took on Mexico state (video)

On New Year’s day in 1994, rebels from Mexico’s indigenous community seized several towns in the south of the country, taking the government by complete surprise.

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Racing through Mexico’s Baja Desert

The Baja 1000 is known as the ‘granddaddy of all desert races’.

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Mexico’s very own Black Friday

For the third consecutive year, Mexico will have its very own Black Friday from the 15th to the 18th of November.

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Pacífico Beer Finest in the World

The Pacífico brewery was launched in Mazatlán at the beginning of the 20th century and began exporting to the United States in 1985.

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Hundreds of clowns make a pilgrimage to Mexico City (video)

Clowns of all shapes and sizes have marched through Mexico City on an annual pilgrimage to the Basilica of Our Lady Guadalupe.

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Canadians Celebrate Canada Day in Mazatlán

A reception was held at El Recreo in El Centro for Canadians resident in Mazatlán to celebrate July 1st.

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